11 Results $ Paperback. THE LONGEST WAR. $ Hardcover. Prisoner Without A Name, Cell Without a Number by Jacobo Timerman ( $ “At two in the morning of April 15, , twenty armed men in civilian clothes arrested Jacobo Timerman, editor and publisher of a leading Buenos Aires. Directed by Linda Yellen. With Roy Scheider, Liv Ullmann, Trini Alvarado, Roy Brocksmith.

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Writing after his release and expulsion from Argentina to Israel, a country he barely knows, Timerman dedicates much of Chapter Eleven to asserting his view that the then ongoing Argentine macobo demonstrated that the world had learned nothing from the Holocaust. All Formats Paperback Hardcover Sort by: Do you expect to change a government with a policy?

Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number by Jacobo Timerman

A true tale of the mindset behind Argentina’s dirty war, and how nationalism precipitates the destruction of a prosperous nation’s core values. These were to be syndicated internationally. Culture and Customs of ArgentinaGreenwood Publishing,pp. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. That becomes nearly a side story, allowing Timerman to expound upon anti-Semitism and Zionism. The paperback is pages and the language is easy to read. Ultimately, Jxcobo was legally interned at the Magdalena penitentiary.

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On 7 Januaryhe and Risha returned to Buenos Aires. His administration was characterized by its violent repression of Argentina’s universities and intellectuals, and for its policy of establishing strict and conservative Catholic morals. He also publicly compared Israeli government policies toward Palestinians to Apartheid in South Africa.

Jacobo Timerman had something to say. Timerman describes the repeated interrogations of his faith and his presumed ulterior motives as a Jew.

Timerman, born into a prominent Jewish family that in migrated to Argentina to escape the pogroms, was affected by watching his parents live in poverty in their new country.

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Anug’s new plan solicited the quiet assistance of anti-communist diplomats and authors in other nations. Fascinating for the glimpse into South American political history.

And in his treatment of the political, Timerman doesn’t neglect personal and psychological explorations from the interior of his cell, musing on madness, suicide and tenderness.

Prisoner without a Name, Cell without a Number

How close am I iacobo my society or those I know to unspeakable acts, throwing away human rights, “following orders”? They struggle on a perilous journey to find one another. Periodistasthe Association for the Defense of Independent Journalism, protested the order for the trial.

C1; accessed via ProQuest4 June On the other hand, Timerman’s experiences were used as good reason by some to oppose the Kirkpatrick Doctrine —a key concept under the Reagan Administration for maintaining diplomatic relations with regimes that were classified as “authoritarian”, not “totalitarian”. He would jump from topic to topic without transition timegman I could never really follow.

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Argentina has not recovered — at timemran economically—from the seventies. A21; accessed via ProQuest4 June To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign tijerman. Any text you add should be original, not copied from other sources. With that been said, Mr. But Timerman was one of numerous people targeted in the 20 attempted bombings. Thank You for Your Contribution! But it was useless.

Timerman’s historical perspecti This is a harrowing trip thru the political and social meltdown that was Argentina in the 70s as Timerman recounts the torture he endured in a number of Argentina prisons.

Inhe founded another news weekly titled Confirmado The Journal. Every century, every generation produces writers jxcobo have written about their experiences as political prisoners and Timerman’s stand out for the ones written about the politically repressive regimes of Latin America in the s. As his high-profile alarmed the Argentine military government, it responded by releasing interrogation transcripts suggesting a connection between Timerman and the discredited Graiver.